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History Alliteration Poems

These History Alliteration poems are examples of Alliteration poems about History. These are the best examples of Alliteration History poems written by international poets.

Indices Of A Loon

Gutless muffled monarch wooed millions to the poll, 
Our feeble lord enforced by pathetic speech of poverty (I once had no shoes) 
On congruent grounds...

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Categories: corruption, crazy, culture, heartbroken,

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Tourist Trails

Savouring the swathe of Southern England;
orchards, oast houses, open fields,
cliffs with caverns camera-worthy,
splashing sea and salty cooling breeze,
well-trodden trails, treasures from history,
hidden hostelries, houses...

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Categories: england, nature, nostalgia,

Retrograde Liberty

You’re a consumer pawn on the cargo chessboard,
being merchandise moved 
by the mighty, 
free-market bellow powers-that-be:
The Babble Tower titans of industry

And the fawning, vote hopes...

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Categories: destiny, history, imagery, society,

time is one saw
our part between gears momently

our face was changing in the mirrors
eventually we will be
not recognize ourselves

the curtains are closed now
our history is...

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Categories: allegory,

For the Fallen in Flanders Field
Famished and flagging footsoldiers;
facing fatigue, fitful fever,
faeces and foul, foetid fungi.
Fostering feelings, frustrated,
for this faraway, foreign field.

Forays so fraught with fine failure;
forfeiting furtive and fiendish,

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Categories: conflict, death, history, remembrance

For the Fallen in Flanders Field - Original
Famished and flagging footsoldiers;
formerly fitters and farmers.
Facing fatigue, fitful fever,
faeces and foul, foetid fungi.
Fostering feelings, frustrated,
for this faraway, foreign field.

Forsaking fissures and furrows,
forced forwards with...

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Categories: conflict, death, history, memorial,

Mind Sight
by Mark Miller 12/30/2017

Traveler starlight dusts 
Our color emotion departed
Ever within never dissident  
Below sordid toss assortment 
Blooms circuit substance 

Our obsessive privy throws...

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Categories: analogy, betrayal,

Premium Member Temperance Rising
I Dove Determination-Body

Dazzling pearl flight in eternal dancing delight
Doves! Season me in the Four Seasons

Spring-Unfetter the umbrellas perched upon my mountains of pain and
exculpate me...

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Categories: appreciation, bird, body, courage,

Premium Member THE JESTER

Jester jingles
with madcap medusa-bells,
dressed in melodic-motley uniform.
A sea of foamy frills
frame the famed renaissance storyteller,
a creature feature
of phantasm for frightened children.
His ghost-white face
with comedic...

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Categories: history,

A Call to a Religious Life
  A Call to a Religious Life
      By Lillian J. Jeffery

Family pray together,
share their table with the poor,
young Agnes...

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Premium Member Bobby, Billy, Belinda, Baby and Me
Bobby Brown threatened to knock me down
  but Billy Blues took off his shoes
  and with a barefoot blocked his fist

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Categories: abuse, hero, love,

To two o'clock time that sank in the sea afternoon
The sky is spread in the threshold of your hair
Thing nor anyone those
Tropical birth Ganesha
In front...

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Categories: myth, universe,

youngling love
yesterday we met
lies we spoke
love it was

Romeo and Juliet  we were
moment we had 
But No ,love is a wonder of its own

yesterday we met...

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Categories: care,

Understanding our past, Living today, Creating our future
Only when lions have historians
will hunters cease being heroes
we are one nation, one family, indivisible
for us, divorce or separation are not options

Though Blacks first stepped...

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Categories: africa, america,

Time Passing Burning Daylight
Scattering time that does not get used
Clicking clicking away sounds of shoes
Ticking ticking with the rhythm 
Pencil tapping tapping while thinking
Warm feeling of relief time...

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Categories: conflict, crazy, emotions, history,


 In this, the death prone winter of our discontent,
the world lay languishing from mitotic...

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Categories: allegory, america, conflict, history,

Some say “it’s better to have love and lost than never love at all”
They also say “if it was meant to be it will come...

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Categories: conflict,

The Magic of Garden Glen
Fireflies flicker and flutter beneath the dancing trees
exotic breezes whisk and whisper through limbs and leaves
The Golden Goddess of Garden Glen breaths evergreen
Her elfish essence...

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Categories: fantasy, garden, giggle, imagery,

Rise And Fall
The sky was never the 
limit for those who sook 
to defy the norm. They 
soar to the highest 
heavens like eagles and 
become one...

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Categories: corruption

Why?! Sometimes I ask why. I mean why?
Does the good die young, I mean why? 
Does the world make it so hard for single mothers...

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Categories: anger, community, god, jesus,